Our Principals

Jonas Ball

Environment Lead


Jonas Ball has over 25 years' experience in providing environmental services for Government and private clients in the transport, water, wastewater, industrial, waste, Defence and land development sectors.  This includes all phases of a project's development from initial feasibility studies, development approvals to post approval management.  Jonas is also a technical expert in water quality assessment and management.

Jonas obtained his BSc from Murdoch University in WA, majoring in environmental science and communications.  He has also completed studies in environmental management and auditing, sedimentation and erosion control and safety.

Jonas also brings the project and system management experience of working for a major engineering and professional service consultancy for over 15 years.  In his spare time, Jonas is a member of various committees associated with his childrens' schools including St Lucy's, a special needs school in Wahroonga.  Jonas also has a cattle farm in the Lower Hunter which produces grass-fed grow out steers.






Faye Woodward

Community engagement LEAD


Faye is a community engagement specialist with 18 years’ experience working on major infrastructure projects.   Her experience includes transport, energy, water supply, waste management and property development projects.

Faye was educated in the UK and has a BSs (Hons) degree in Environmental Geography from University College London.  She moved to Australia in 1996 and has been living and working in Sydney since then.

Faye is a Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP) and a full member of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand.  She was a member of the NSW Division Committee for 13 years and represented NSW on the Institute’s Council from 2009 to 2013.  Faye also chaired the organising committee for EIANZ’s 2012 conference.  Faye was awarded the Mary Lou Morris Award in 2012 for outstanding service to EIANZ at a Divisional level.

When not working, Faye enjoys learning about new technology from her two teenaged boys, travelling (she has been to over 50 countries across six continents), exploring Australia’s wine growing regions in her campervan, and organising fundraising activities for her local Scout group.